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from cyber attack attachments. facebook is notifying users whh have a certain type of malware on their computers... and reminding users that if they don't remove it, ttey will lose internet access on july 9thh when the f-b-i shuts doon the malware.if a user accesses facebook froo a d-n-s-changer malware, the with a link to a website thatt instructs users on how to remove the malware. the f-b-i's websitt also has a link ttat allows people to check if they have malware on their machines. from mini i-ppds to the newer bigger -pads now apple coold &pbe finding a iddle ground... talk of a 7 or 8 inch versson of the popular i-pad tablet introduccd nexus 7... it's ownn maater.... as least with the cost... apple says the the breaking up is hard to do.er - closinggout a credit card an put a biggdent in your credit score if you're not careeul about it. it.here's why... it's your credit utilizatiin ratio... the amount of credit you''e used, compared to the amount you have availabll...a factor that's about 30- percent of your score. if you're considering closing an account... credit
>>> threat changed, it appears the malware has -- i'm julie haener. >> and i'm ken wayne. that story in a moment. but first breaking news. we have a news crew headed that way. >>> it looks like tens of thousands of internet users have dodged a cyber bullet at least for now. a 9:00 p.m. deadline has come and gone for a malware that has infected computers around the world. ktvu's patti lee is in berkeley and has looked into the steps taken to protect internet users. >>> we are just starting to see the impact of this so called internet black out. here at the internet cafe, this group tells us they still do have internet access, but in the last hour service providers like at&t and verizon says they are ramping up for a gluten of computer users. >> reporter: at 9:00 p.m. tonight, the end of internet service for thousands. >> there will be people who can't get on the internet. they are estimates nationwide it's 50 or 60,000. >> reporter: for months, facebook, google and the fbi have warned computer users to check for malware that for years had redistricted web users to a site.
. they might be malware. >> reporter: there's over 3 hundred million pictures a day uploaded to facebook. if they have you in them, you want to know about it. we all like getting that e-mail from facebook saying you've been tagged. just be careful. that curiosity could back fire. for a lot of us, it is common to receive an e-mail seemingly from facebook letting you know someone tagged you in a photo they just posted. security experts have discovered a spam e-mail campaign that is tricking people and infecting their computers with malware. the sam e-mails look -- spam e-mails look just like the real ones. if you click on the link inside one of the spam e-mails, you could infect your computer with malware. if you think you've received one, check for red flags like misspells or grammatical errors, and hover your mouse over the link to make sure it is taking you to the genuine facebook site. go to the settings on facebook and turn off e-mail notifications. you might as well do this anyway. when you go to your facebook account, they let you know right away that you've been tagged in photos. >
at the number of pieces of malware. macafee has got some great statistics on this. all of these statistics are publicly available. you can go out on the network and pull down some of these. they have some great things, some great statistics on where we are today. and if you go to mcafee, they will tell you that they've got 75 million unique pieces of malware in their inventory right now. 75 million pieces of malware. that's roughly 1/3 of the email that's going up on the network today are sent by botanists. over 100 countries have network exploitation capabilities. in 2011 the number of cyber attacks rose 44%. malware increased by 60%. and the number of attacks on u.s. critical infrastructure went from nine in twine to over 160 in 2011. and from january of 2011 to june of 2011, 19,000 malicious addresses appeared a day. 80% of the websites have been hacked or compromised. it's interesting when you go out to companies fortune 500, of 168 companies they were queried 162 had been hacked. i'm going to give you some insights into some of those that have been hacked. just some unique statistics
computer. the fbi is about to unleash a temporary internet we are live with more on the malware and how to fix the infected computers. >> reporter: gasia if you have the malware you will have access to the internet but no web site. like having a working phone but not knowing the numbers to dial. in our overly connected lives getting on line is like breathing. we don't think about it. we just expect it. >> my life is basically based on the internet. >> so, what if you woke up monday morning and had no access to the internet? >> i probably would call my friends that know more about computers than i do and ask them to help me. >> reporter: at 12:0 1 eastern time, that is 9:00 p.m. sunday here, if your computer is infected with the malware you will not have access to the internet. they have been writing about the countdown. somewhat they are going to be tens of thousands of people in the united states who are unaware and wake up monday morning and try to go on-line and they will not get any wear. the fbi is putting down temporary servers to take out rogue searchers. they rerouted you. >>
users if they have malware on their computers, if they don't remove it they're going to lose the internet and access on monday. that's the day they shut it down with the dms changer, malware will display an alert with a link to the web site that instructs users on how to remove it, the fbi's web site has a link that allows people to check it if they have malware on their machines, they posted that link under the national section, we have posted it on abc2news.com, you can walk through everything you need to know. >>> five things you need to know before you head out the door, are president obama will sign a bill today that allocates more than a hundred billion dollars for transportation workers and college students. the student loan portion of the bill prevented federal student loan rates from doubling. governor o mali is expected to attend that bill signing. >>> an army secret who is accused of -- psychiatrist who is accused of killing civilians will be in court this morning. major nadal ha san are expected to make motions in this case. >>> major league all star weekend in to
the same but lets them steel your personal information and passwords, experts call that malware of the worst kind. >> malware is any kind of computer program that makes your computer do something that you do not want it to do. >> reporter: the fbi found out about the scam and fixed the problem but today they're taking down the safety net that's protected people, those impacted have had enough time to get the problem fixed but if you didn't act and don't have updated antivirus software on your computer you may have a problem. >> this monday if you have internet connection it will go away and you'll have to call the internet service provider to figure out how to remove the malware from your computer. >> reporter: before you try to find if you have it on your machine, back up anything on your computer. >>> keep in mind the majority of people did not feel the impact today, only about 65,000 people in the u.s. may have had to deal with this dns changer. >>> now, maryland's most powerful doppler radar and the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate. >> ms. connie was trying t
up there for today's tech bites. >> reporter: in today's tech bites fingers are crossed for malware monday. today's the day thousands of computers will not be able to connect to the internet because of a virus. but it's believed only a tiny percentage of computers here in the u.s. will be affected. wireless carriers are flooded with requests from law he forcement agencies for -- enforcement agencies for information about customers. "new york times" says 1.3 million such demands and the requests includes text messages caller locations and other data. brave the video game is a third person shooter game that follows the adventures of the first female heroine. the game feels good to play as she takes on various enemies. -- takes on various enemies. >> it's a fun thing to play this powerful character you build up. >> reporter: brave the video game is published by disney. abc's parent company. i am rob nelson those are your tech bites. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> the week after week we warn you about ways that scamers try to scare you to handing over personal information. and oft
of the freeway was shut down but reopened around 4:00 this morning. >> the fbi warned about malware knocking out internet service to hundreds of thousands across the world. we are now just hours from that happening. >> reporter: thousands may soon find they can't get on the internet. >> there will be people who can't get on because it's not very many, they are estimating nationwide it's between 60,000. >> reporter: that's because some computers affected with malware that redistricts the web browsing to fake sites. >> if you went to am.com it may send to you a fake apple and maybe ads or things you that didn't want. >> reporter: the fbi said that more than four million in about 100 countries were infected with the malware. here more than a half million computer was affected, even nass was hit. the crooks made millions by redirecting internet traffic before they were busted in what the fbi called operation ghost click. they replaced the fake servers with temporary clean ones but as of 9:00 p.m. sunday those will be taken down. >> that's part of computers, nowadays. >> reporter: amanda working o
a certain type of mal-ware on their computtrs... and reminding thhm.... hat if they don't rrmove it, thhy will lose internet access on july 9th, when the f-b-i shuts down the malware.if a user accesses facebook from a computer infected with d-n-s-changer malware, the site will display an alert, with a link to a website that instructs you on how to remooe the malware. the f-b-i's website also has a link that allows people to check if thhy have malware on their computers. referrenddm on a small town mayor's mustache..... how voters got in the middle offa marital dispute. ...and coming up in just 5 minutes on the late ediiion... edition... a fireworks happened that disappointed everyone who came to watch. and desperate for money.tte alarminn thing one woman put up for sale on e-bay when it cooes to faciil hair ... the mayor of a small town in tah.... puts it to a vote... 3 residents of murray, utah were askeddby the citt's
. find out who will be getting a break. >>> and a major malware threat could keep thousands from logging onto the internet today. how to deal with an infected computer -- coming up. >>> "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> welcome back, dave. nice to have you. >> good to be back. >> it's monday, july 9th. i'm tori campbell. >>> bewe begin with -- we begin with gunfire overnight. christien kafton has more. >> reporter: yes, witnesses are saying this shooting happened right here on the street. we're right next to the jack london regal cinemas. witnesses say five people were shot. witnesses say there was a flurry of gunfire. >> all i can tell you is five people were shot by gunfire. so far, nobody has any life- threatening injuries. it's an ongoing investigation. nobody is in custody. >> reporter: the gunfire started around 9:20 last night. as you heard, someone opened fire, hitting a total of five people, one male victim of that shooting required surgery. the three of the victims did not wait around for ambulances and were
counties? that would be a tick. >> coming up, a new peace plan in the works for syria. >> and malware monday. >> not just man's best friend, how your dog can help protect your baby's health? >> and run down during the running of the bulls? how many felt the pain in pamplona? >> blocks of sunshine showing up in the dallas right now and in the dallas right now and still visit: real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. we know you look around for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week. right now, peaches grown right here in california are just 77 cents a pound. get a super low price on tide. $10.99 for 100 ounces. yoplait yogurt is just 50 cents. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> >> it happens every year. this particular year one american and two brits are in hospital because there were part of the running of the bulls in spain. all three are expected to recover after being gored. today was the third day of the annual events. >> a renewed push today to end the bloodshed in
continues all week on various stretches of ashby avenue. lap lan the malware scare ahead. what experts are saying about the computer blackout threat tomorrow. >> ama: the weather is far from calm but heat relief from n the east. leigh glaser says some of the heat is now heading our way. the accuweather forecast is coming up. >> alan: like abc-7 news on facebook and make a difference for bay area foster kids in need. for every new like, one dollar goes to the sleep train dream campaign. >> alan: thousands of computers could lose their internet service at 9:00 this evening because of malware create by cybercriminals. this dates back to 2007 when hackers designed software that affected how computer connect the web. it's estimated 54,000 computers in the u.s. could be affected. >> if you were infected you had to go through them to get on the internet, and once they went down you couldn't get online so the fbi replaced their server with its own clean servers but now the fbi is taking the servers down, which means if you're infected, you out of luck. >> computer experts say the problem can g
.vitac.com >>> this morning on "early today." malware monday. users prepare for a cripples computer virus. >>> out of this world. a stunning view from mars gives a glimpse of the red planet. >>> a stuntman in china is lucky to be alive after a >>> a stuntman in china is lucky to be alive after a heart-topping fall. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and very good morning to you. i'm veronica de la cruz. today we begin with back to work. as lawmakers return from the holiday, president obama is reportedly getting ready to stir political fires with a call to extend bush-era tax cuts but not for everyone. this as the president's campaign turns up the heat on mitt romney on his tax history and offshore bank accounts. brian mooar joins us with details. >> reporter: faced with bad headlines, the obama campaign wants to change the conversation. as congress returns today from its july 4th recess, president obama already has work planned for lawmakers. later today he's reportedly going to ask congress to extend bush-era tax cuts to those earning less than $250,000 a year. the obama camp
. . >>> malware monday. internet users across the country brace for a potentially crippling computer virus. >>> out of this world. nasa's stunning new image from mars delivers a rare glimpse of the red planet. >>> death-defying slip. a stunt man in china is lucky to be alive. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. those stories and much more straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with back to work. as lawmakers return from a holiday, president obama is getting ready to stir the political fires with a call to extend bush-era tax cuts, but not for everyone. this as the president's campaign turns up the heat on mitt romney. brian mooar joins us from washington with details. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, veronica. faced with bad headlines, the obama campaign wants to change the conversation. as congress returns today from its july 4th recess, president obama already has some work planned for lawmakers. later today he's reportedly going to ask congress to extend bush era tax cuts for americans making less than a quarter million dollars a
internet &pthis morning... and it has nothing tt d ith power outages.malicious malware is cutting thousands of people across he nation off the internet today. poday.megaa gilliland is here with more what some are calilng an interenet doomssay... and if there is yourself. gooddmmrning guys,the f-b-i &pdid set up ttis website... thht actually tests your compuuer tt see ii it's but at this oint... it's too late or that ... if you're infeeted... you won't be able to use that website... website...or any website for that atter.this malicious malware is called "d-n-s discovered in 2007.but when the f-b-i busted the hackers last year... aaentssrealized that if they turned off the malicious seevers... victims woulddlose interret servicc..o they set up temporary servers.... but ttat safey net expired at miinight.leaving thousands of internet users at risk.even if you have internet phissmorning... there's a few protect yourself. yourself..ccording o cyber secuuity experts:keep your anti virus software updated. pake suue you're using a fireeall when browsing the inttrnet.aad on't click
ressonsibll for the malware, called d-n-s-charger.the virus reddrects an iifected user's web searches to spoofed sites with malicious advertisements. to give people time to get rii of the malware, the the f-b-ii set up temporary servers.but today... those servers were turned off after a caapaignnto get interret users to check virus.the f-b-i's latest iius. estiiatt today showed nearly 211-thousand computerssstill had the virus.if you don't have internee access... all you can do is call your help desk, or inttrnet service provider's customer service... and be prepared for a lonn wait. isuzu is voluutarily recaaling more thaa ellven thousand rodeo sport and amigo s-u-v's because reer suspension parts can rust and brrak away from the frame and could cause a crrsh.the recalllaffeets amigos from the 19-98 to two thousaaddooe model years... also, rodeo sports from two thousand two.the national highway traffic safety administration says the recall covers vehicles in twenty one states and washington, d-c where salt is used to clear the roads.isuzu dealersswill inspect the suspensions and treat them, or instal
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said those who don't have up to date virus protection won't be able to block the malware. it started with a enter in the ad that lured many people into down loading a malicious program. the fbi believes a half million computers worldwide may be infected. now the government set up a safety net on the web to block the virus but on july 9th, that safety net expires. on facebook they have alerts to warn people who have still in the dark. the bottom line is make sure your pc has up to date anti virus protection this coming monday. for more go to the website, click the money tab up top so you don't waste your money. > abc2 working for you. go to the website, you will find the story onto page. you klickitat the bottom to find if your computer is infected. that you go and find out which language you want to do, click on this and this will check the computer. if it's a red screen have you a problem. you fled to run the malware program to get it off. there is also a lot of other instructions on the website at abc 2news.com. >> now, maryland's most powerful doppler radar and the forecast certi
attempts to gather personal information or install malware. so there's another trick growing in popularity, one that web users may not think about. whether searching for news on a hot topic like celebrity gossip, a new gadget, or a major world event, or even something as mundane as a recipe, be careful where you click. that search result could be a tainted link. people are always aware that they should be careful with their email and what they click on. that same level of awareness needs to be there when you're on a search engine, or for that matter, on facebook or something. many companies and entities spend time and money pinpointing how to get their site to the top of a list of search results. that's called search engine optimizing. search engine poisoning uses the same strategy for scamming. the major search engines are all on the lookout for it, but to keep your computer safe... -- keep your searches to trusted sites. when looking for news on a favorite celebrity, for example, stick to the established entertainment sites. -- avoid web address endings that don't look familiar -- they c
're protected from a dangerous malware threatening to infect your internet. >> plus loads of people use the web to check ratings for restaurants, hotels, you name it, right? but don't believe everything you read. some people are threatening businesses to pay up or you get a bad review, those stories and more as we continue on this sunday evening. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what's the point of an epa estimated 42 miles per gallon if the miles aren't interesting? the lexus ct hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. we know you look around for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week. right now, fresh-picked peaches are just 77 cents a pound. get a super low price on tide. $10.99 for 100 ounces. yoplait yogurt is just 50 cents. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. this is the plan that revolves around you. introducing share everything. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and a single pool of sharable data that powers up to 10 devices. the fir
on by the president to extend the tax cuts for middle-class. >> mark: you could be a victim of malware if you cannot connect to the internet today i will tell you how the fbi trying to crack down hot on this. -- crack down on this. let us get a quick check with the weather and erica. >> erica: we do have some reports of drizzle, so you may need to use your window wipers today and we do wipersfog--and we do have widespread fog. i have more with your seven day around the bay forecast coming up. >> george: good morning, we have a pretty good start to the morning commute, volume seems to be a but no delays or hot spots. a quick commute shows like traffic for the north bay, east bay and south bay. >> darya: are developing story, five people were shot last night and we want to give you more on this. we have jackie that is live on the scene outside of the cinema where this happened. >> reporter: investigators are looking to find a suspect that opened fire out in front of the regal theater here it sending five people to the hospital. here is some video from last night. according to the police about 9:30 p.m
.dangerous malware the internet today. pith more n how tt know if your computer is infected. good morninggpatriie,if your computer s infected... you won't be able toocheck you mail this morning... pay your wwb.this maliiioos alware is w- called "d-n-s changer"... it was first discovereddin 2000. but when the f-b-i busted the &phackers lasttyear... agents realized that f thee turned off the malicious servers.... victims wouud lose internett service.so they set up temporary servers.... but that safey net xpired at midnight. leaving thousands offinternet proviiers are bracing to take help calls.if you do still have internet... prrtect yoursslf noww.. now...accordinggto cyber anti virus software updated.- firewall when browsing the internet.and don't click on a link or accept an attachment if you have any doubt it might there's no word et on exactly how many users are aking p unplugged this morning.some say it could be... much oodo about nothing... similar to about nothing...-two-k.in the e very fewwproblems there....and that's what ww're hoping for today.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning ne
brands in north america recommend cascade. >> count down to malware monday. for tens of thousands of american could lose internet access at 12:01 a.m. eastern. fbi will shut down the safety net it set up to keep infected computers and ran an online advertising scam and more than half million computers were affected worldwide and this is not a joke. >> indeed it's not. it's quite a scam, indeed. according to the federal indictment against these international cyber bandits, they were able to hijack enough compute towers rake in 14 million dollars by rerouting users to internet websites and advertisements of their choosing, collecting undeserved commissions for all the clicks and internet ads they fraudulently. and p.c.'s and macs and ipad, too, dns changer was discovered in 2007. about a quarter of compromised ip dresses from. u.s. and 10% of fortune 500 companies reportedly has a computer. and as experts say, this is no joke. >> it will shut off your anti-virus and probably load you up with other programs, animalware you're not aware of it ayn taking things like banking pass wards
off the web. hackers planted what's called malware and made a fortune until the fbi arrested them. abc7 reports why the impact will be felt tomorrow who what you can do to make sure your computer doesn't get knocked off line. >> hackers in estonia affected hundreds of computers worldwide. if you were infected, the men you tried to go to a website you will be direct today a malware site. >> this was malware that would either steal their money or put up ads and the government shut them down. >> the operation began in 2007. originally they infected some 4 million computers in 100 countries, according to the fbi. they managed to make about $14 million, you which technology consultant larry said was their goal all along. >> there was a lot of money made. they were basically displaying ads to people who wouldn't normally see those ads and you do that for millions you make a lot of money. >> they were arrested last year in operation ghost click. as they went to shut them down, agents realized it would kick infected computers off the web so the fbi installed their own clean servers to keep peo
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service providers expect few customers to be affected by a malware threat. in 2007 cyber criminals designed software -- malware infected millions of computers. the fbi shut 'em down last year. authorities have been warning users the system they put in place to counteract the malware would end this weekend. between 46 and 64,000 computers in the u.s. are still infected. >> if you were infected you had to go through them to get on the internet many once they went down you couldn't get online. the fbi replaced their server with its own clean servers. out in fbi is taking those servers down which means if you are infected, you are out of luck. >> experts say the problem can be fixed easily by calling yourselves provider or find instructions through a link on abc7news.com, look see it on tv. >>> environmentalists expected to turn in enough signatures in san francisco today to qualify a november ballot measure that would require a plan to drain a reservoir. the group says voters have a chance to bring the valley back on par with the pristine beauty of the yosemite valley. it was spectacu
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thousandches internet users who will get knocked off the web. hackers planted what's called malware and made a fortune until the fbi arrested them. abc7 reports why the impact will be felt tomorrow who what you can do to make sure your computer doesn't get knocked off-line. >> hackers in estonia affected hundreds of computers worldwide. if you were infected, the men you tried to go to a website you will be direct today a malware site. >> this was malware that would either steal their money or put up ads and the government shut them down. >> the operation began in 2007. originally they infected some 4 million computers in 100 countries, accord together fbi. they managed to make about $14 million, you which technology consultant said was their goal all along. >> there was a lot of money made. they were basically displaying ads to people who wouldn't normally see those ads and you do that for millions you make a lot of money. >> they were arrested last year in operation ghost click. as they went to shut them down, agents realized it would kick infected computers off the web so the fbi installed
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users who have a certain type of malware on their computers to remove it or they will lose internet access on july 9th. that's when the fbi shuts down temporary servers it's been using to avoid the infection. it can change a computer's settings to keep you from siting the internet -- accessing the internet. >> what you can expect as you head out the door tomorrow. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. we know you look around for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week. right now, peaches grown right here in california are just 77 cents a pound. get a super low price on tide. $10.99 for 100 ounces. yoplait yogurt is just 50 cents. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> gilroy police are investigating the shooting death of a 3-year-old son of a police officer. it looks like the child was shot with a handgun. police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding it. they say it may have been accidental. >>> five people in san j
. there was nothing worth quoting there. look at the number of pieces of malware. mcafee's got some great statistics on this, and all these statistics that i'm giving you are publicly available. you can go out on the network and pull down some of these from pingdom.com, zd net, pew. they have some great things, gartner have some great statistics on where we are today. and if you go to softpediacom and mcafee, mcafee will tell you they've got 75 million unique pieces of malware in their inventory right now. 75 million pieces of malware. botnets send 89.5 million unsolicited e fails a -- e-mails a day, roughly one-third sent by botnets. and over 100 countries have network exemployeation capabilities -- exploitation capabilities. in 2011 the number of cyber attacks rose 44%. malware increased by 60%, and the number of attacks on u.s. critical infrastructure went from nine in 2009 to over 160 in 2011. and from january of 2011 to june of 2011, 19,000 malicious addresses appeared a day. urds. 80% of the web sites have been hacked or compromised. it's interesting, when you go out to companies in the fortun
about the mouth where -- malware. >> just a few more days until three of baltimore orioles played in the all-star game. their production team is cranking out some signature handcrafted baseball bats for the game on sunday. the home run derby on monday and the all-star game tuesday night. each player and coach for received a souvenir. if you are a fan of the beach, the keys, you might want to mark this event on your calendar. a group in ocean city is hosting a bikini beach parade. 450 women will need to bear a little bit of skin to break the record. 60% of the proceeds will go to local charities. no guys are allowed to don a two-piece. >> your insta-weather-plus forecast with tom tasselmyer -- >> that is one way to stay cool. we will need it the next couple of days, triple-digit heat keeps coming at us. this is the way the radar looked at 5:00. storms popping in and south central pennsylvania. in isolated spots up on 543, some damage there. the storms continue tracking south and east and have pulled away. we still has some cloud cover, residual cloudiness from the storms in the are
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kind of day. before you do anything online, listen up. malware could take over your computer. here's how it works. normally your computer connects to an internet server. you got that? using malware, aka evil software, hackers took over some computers and redirected the internet connection not to the server where it was intended to go but to their evil server to perform evil deeds without you knowing. that's the evil malware server. last year the fbi caught the hackers. if they shut down those evil servers, victims lose internet access and the fed set up another alternative system of servers to support users. on monday, the fbi is shutting down those servers so if your computer is infected, you may completely lose your internet connection. katie thompson covering the story and she joins us from where else her computer. how do you avoid this attack, this incoming problem, katie? >> well, unfortunately, if you're infected there's no way to avoid it but you can check to see if you've been infected and you can remove it. so on our site, i wrote a story about this yesterday. we have a li
service pro identifiers get ready for mall ware. -- malware. we talked about that. thousands of customers may not be able to access the web and more signs of a slowdown in china. ashley morrison with more. >> it's not a mall. good morning, terrell. there are concerns over slowing economic conditions in china. today, inflation fell to the lowest level since 2010. that was coupled with increases in consumer prices and food prices. a disruption in china's economy could have a negative impact on u.s. and european markets. on friday, china released the second quarter gdp. figures and it is expected to be the worst report in three years. that news put a chill on markets in asia. the nikkei dropped 1.5% and the hang seng lost 2%. >>> earnings season begins on wall street this week. friday we'll get the first quarterly report from jpmorgan chase since the bank reported that massive multibillion dollar loss. friday's weak jobs report led to a down day for stocks. the dow lost 124 points while the nasdaq fell 38. >>> after falling steadily since april, gas prices ticked up last week. according to a
up personal data, to malware that can steal your credit card info when you shop online, it pays to be safe when surfing the web. as we continue our week-long look at cyber security, tonight's commentator says common sense is key. here's samara lynn of pcmag.com. >> there are a few tips to help you stay safe online: many of us now have wireless routers that let us surf the internet from ipads and our phones while we are home. when installing a wireless router: use strong encryption security. no one should be able to access a wireless router without a password. use w.p.a.-2 level security and password protect your wireless network. additionally, change the default password used to access the management software of the router. also, invest in anti-virus and anti-malware security software. there's great software available not only for computers but protection available for iphones, ipads and android devices. parental control software can help keep your kids safe online as well. another good practice try and avoid transactions like online banking or credit cards purchases while you a
infected with malware online. the fbi estimates more than 40,000 computers in the u.s. will be affected. if you think your computer is one of them, you're asked to call your internet service provider. i sure hope you don't have malware. >> that's the virus you have on the weekend that makes you spend. >> ashley morrison in new york. appreciate it. >>> coming up on the morning news, fins up. a shark sighting off cape cod gives a kayaker a big fright setting off a furious paddle. also a frightening misstep for a tightrope walker in china. this is the morning news. [ radio ] it's a scorcher out there...stay refreshed! [ female announcer ] new lipton tea & honey. sweetened with honey, made from real tea leaves and real fruit flavors. ♪ it's never felt so real ♪ no, it's never felt so right ♪ [ female announcer ] only 5 calories. new lipton tea & honey. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is like. i talked to my rheumat
blackout but not as many as expected. the concern was over malware that took over computers a year ago. the fbi turned of internet servers that were functioning as a temporary safety net to keep infected computers online. officials underestimated -- mis-estimated the number of computers affected. it is not just malware you need to keep an eye out for. teens have more free time which means they're spending more time on line. a recent study shows you probably do not know where your kids are doing on the internet. macaffee 3 out of 14 to not tell their parents when they feel uncomfortable are pressured online. >> parents need to monitor every aspect of the child's digital device. knowing what they're doing and who they're doing it with. it gives the parents control so they understand the child's on my life. >> you need to be aware. teens can use some treks to bypass your monitoring. clearing the browser history is one way and they may create a duplicate e-mail address or social media accounts of the when you have been checking might not be the one they are using. software can help open pa
infected hundreds of thousands of computers with a malware. if your competer was infected, the minute you tried to good to a web site you were directed to a dummy site. >> there was malware designed to hijack people's can be requests and take them to web site that would steal their money or put up ads and the government shut them down. >> the operation began in 2007. originally they infected 4 million computers in 100 countries according to the fbi and made $14 million with technology which was their goal. >> they were displaying ads to people who normally wouldn't have seen those ads and if you can do that, you i can may a lot of money. >> the fbi arrested the group last year in operation ghost click and as they went to shut down the hacker serves, agents realize it it would kick infected computers off the web so the fbi installed their own clean servers cope people online but on monday the fbi shots them down. anybody with infects computers will blown off their ips addresses. the problem is no longer as large as in 2007. >> i think most people will be fine. it's a very tiny percentage o
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